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Performance Data



Adjustable Air Amplifier Performance at 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR)
  Air
Consumption
Amplification Air Volume
at outlet
Air Volume at
6" (152mm)
Sound
Level
Model SCFM SLPM Ratio SCFM SLPM SCFM SLPM dBA
6030, 6040 8.9 252 10 89 2,520 267 7,560 78
6031, 6041 12.9 365 16 206 5,833 618 17,500 81
6032, 6042 21.5 608 20 430 12,176 1,290 36,529 82
6033, 6043 35.2 997 22 774 21,917 2,323 65,780 83
6034, 6044 50 1,416 24 1,200 33,980 3,600 101,941 84
Tested with .002" (0.05mm) gap setting

Adjustable Air Amplifier Output Flow and Air Consumption 

How To Determine Adjustable Air Amplifier Total Output Flow And Air Consumption

Total Airflow:
From the performance curves (above), determine total output flow for any Adjustable Air Amplifier at any pressure.

Example: A Model 6031 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total output flow of 165 SCFM (4,672 SLPM).

Air Consumption:
Divide the total output flow by the amplification ratio (shown in the chart above) to determine air consumption for any Adjustable Air Amplifier at any air pressure.

In the example above, the Model 6031 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total output flow of 165 SCFM (4,672 SLPM). Dividing this total output flow by its amplification ratio of 16 gives an air consumption of 10.3 SCFM (292 SLPM).

Adjustable Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern

Adjustable Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern

Adjustable Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern
Model #   A B C D
6030, 6040 inch 1.5 2.4 4.2 6
mm 38 61 107 152
6031, 6041 inch 2 2.9 4.7 6.5
mm 51 74 119 165
6032, 6042 inch 2.5 3.4 5.2 7
mm 64 86 132 178
6033, 6043 inch 3.5 4.6 6.5 8
mm 89 117 165 203
6034, 6044 inch 5 5.8 7.4 9
mm 127 147 188 229



Adjustable Air Amplifier Kits include an Adjustable Air Amplifier, filter separator and pressure regulator.
Kits include an Adjustable Air Amplifier,
filter separator and pressure regulator (with
coupler).

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